We found 8678 results for “

showing 1 - 12 of 8678 Results

A Man Of Genius

by Janet Todd

|April 21, 2017

Paperback

$21.50

In stock online

Not available in stores

Strange and haunting, a gothic novel with a modern consciousness." -Philippa Gregory "A haunting, sophisticated story about a woman discovering the truth about herself and the elusive, possibly illusive, nature of genius." - Sunday Times "Mesmerizing, haunting,…
Paperback | Spanish

$24.99

In stock online

Not available in stores

Un thriller espeluznante, hipnótico y divertido. Una primera novela poderosa, que cautiva y perturba al lector. La voz de Ottessa Moshfegh irrumpe con fuerza en las letras norteamericanas. Recuerda este nombre: Eileen. La Navidad ofrece muy poco a Eileen…
Paperback

$22.00

$21.97 online

Pre-order online

Available in stores

St. Urbain ’ s Horseman is a complex, moving, and wonderfully comic evocation of a generation consumed with guilt – guilt at not joining every battle, at not healing every wound. Thirty-seven-year-old Jake Hersh is a film director of modest success, a…

The Nix

by Nathan Hill

|This title releases May 2, 2017

Paperback

$23.00

$22.18 online

Pre-order online

Available in stores

A  New York Times  2016 Notable Book Entertainment Weekly's  #1 Book of the Year A  Washington Post  2016 Notable Book A  Slate  Top Ten Book “ Nathan Hill is a maestro.” —John Irving  It’s 2011,…
Paperback

$20.00

In stock online

Available in stores

“Stewart O’Nan’s  City of Secrets  will keep you up all night reading – what a beautifully crafted novel.”  – Alan Furst,  New York Times  bestselling author of  Mission to Paris From master…

Why We Came To The City: A Novel

by Kristopher Jansma

|This title releases May 2, 2017

Paperback

$23.00

$20.51 online

save 10%

Pre-order online

Not yet available in stores

“Stunning . . . A beautiful, sprawling, and generous book. Jansma is a brilliantly talented writer, but he also has a unique insight into what friends mean to one another, and what it means to be part of a city in which you never quite belong, but…

Not One Day

by Anne Garreta

|April 21, 2017

Paperback

$21.50

In stock online

Not available in stores

Not One Day begins with a maxim: 'Not one day without a woman.' What follows is an intimate, erotic, and sometimes bitter recounting of loves and lovers past, breathtakingly written, exploring the interplay between memory, fantasy, and desire. 'For life is too…

How To Be Human

by Paula Cocozza

|This title releases May 9, 2017

Paperback

$24.95

Pre-order online

Not yet available in stores

From Guardian writer Paula Cocozza, a debut novel of the breakdown of a marriage, suburbian claustrophobia, and a woman's unseemly passion for a fox You've seen a fox.      Come face to face in an unexpected place, or at an unexpected moment.…

In a Wide Country

by Robert Everett Green

|This title releases May 6, 2017

Paperback

$22.95

Pre-order online

Not yet available in stores

"The mouth she drew with her red lip-liner was bigger and more shapely than her own, and it made me think, not for the first time, how wonderful life would be if I could draw a better me." Twelve-year-old Jasper is watching his mother, a sometime model named…
Paperback

$22.95

In stock online

Not available in stores

The Legend of the Albino Farm is a horror story turned inside out. What if a thriving family were saddled with an unshakable spook tale? And what if that lore cursed them with an unending whirlwind of destruction from thrill seekers, partiers, bikers, and Goths?…

Ithaca

by Alan McMonagle

|This title releases May 1, 2017

Paperback

$24.99

Pre-order online

Available in stores

The darkly comic story of how far a lonely boy will go to find what he's looking for, and how in searching for what we've lost, we risk losing sight of what we have. This was the summer after all the money disappeared. One minute it was here. The next it had…
Paperback

$22.95

In stock online

Not available in stores

Every once in a while a novel does not record reality but creates a whole new reality, one that casts a light on our darkest feelings. Kafka did that. Bruno Schulz did that. Now the Spanish writer Andres Barba has done it with the terrifying Such Small Hands .'-…